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Join attendees to celebrate the 50th anniversary of International Coffee Hour at the University of Georgia. Students, staff, international and cultural-based student organizations, and community
Caleb Ray, a Financial Planning 4th-year UGA student veteran and last year’s Student Veteran Association (SVA) President was recognized this week in G.I. Jobs magazine
As the University of Georgia prepares to welcome all students back to campus, many organizations within the university are pouring their efforts into welcoming the
The University of Georgia is ramping up its commitment to active learning with its first appointment focused specifically on the instructional method. Leah Carmichael, a
It’s July in Georgia. It’s hot. You have your dog in the car, but you want to run into the gas station to grab a
“My son and I were walking through the building the Sunday before it first opened, and we heard an explosion. It turns out that the
This year, the University of Georgia Parents Leadership Council celebrates the 10th anniversary of its grants program, which has given more than $4.6 million to initiatives across campus and
On May 4, 2022, the Student Veterans Resource Center hosted the first in-person Honor Cord Ceremony since 2019 for the 79 student veterans eligible to
Emelynn Arroyave developed leadership skills thanks to support system at UGA Emelynn Arroyave was dead set on getting out of Georgia after high school graduation.
Beau Seagraves, currently associate dean of students at the University of Georgia, has been named the university’s associate vice president for student well-being. The newly
The Asian American Student Association at UGA was named “Organization of the Year” during the 21st annual H. Gordon and Francis S. Davis Student Organization Achievement and Recognition Awards, given out April 12 at the Tate Student Center. The SOAR Awards celebrate the accomplishments of student organizations at the University of Georgia.
Listen to a podcast from The Red & Black dedicated to the discussion of health topics, tips, and news. Listen in on their conversation about how the pandemic has affected the mental health of college students, the issue of pandemic-induced eating disorders, and access to resources for students who are seeking mental health support.
As students gathered around the large mahogany table, leaning in to listen to Dr. Michelle Garfield Cook, one saw the dictionary definition of captivation. Dr. Cook, Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and Strategic University Initiatives, met on Wednesday, March 23rd with 14 students. The Office of the Dean of Students hosts “Gettin’ Down with the Dean” events where students and a guest speaker meet under different roofs across campus to listen and absorb thoughtful stories found right here in our Athens campus community. To say students were thoughtfully absorbing Dr. Cook’s words is mildly underselling her profound impact.
Nicole McConnell has been named director of Student Transitions at the University of Georgia. McConnell will play an integral role in helping students have a positive transition through their university experience.